Comment 145 for bug 1073433

That sounds plausible - I would guess wireless connections are usually torn
down at the end of the user session (i.e. logout) whereas I assume wired
connections persist right to system shutdown??
On Oct 21, 2013 3:01 PM, "Christian Niemeyer" <email address hidden>
wrote:

> It occurs that the problem did *not* exist after a recent clean install
> of 13.10 (64bit Desktop CD) on a friend's notebook. While it still
> happens on my desktop PC.
>
> Differences:
>
> On the notebook we used wireless (b43 out of the box) internet during
> installation. Reboot into new system, login, shutdown is clean.
>
> On my desktop I have no wireless card at all. I use wired connection
> during installation. Reboot into new system, login, using system,
> shutdown is unclean.
>
> I haven't double-checked this though. But it maybe is a hint, that this
> problem occurs on machines with no wireless possibilities.
>
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> Ext4 corruption associated with shutdown of Ubuntu 12.10
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